Recognizing the importance of a global focus on health, the Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, in collaboration with the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, also offers the Graduate Certificate in Global Health Management.
Applicants for the Graduate Certificate in Global Health Management must meet the following admission requirements:
Applicants for the Graduate Certificate in Global Health Management may apply online at the Seton Hall University website. Applications are processed on a “rolling admissions” basis, with deadlines for the on-campus format of August 1 for the fall term and December 1 for the spring term and for the online format July 15 for the fall term.
The Certificate in Global Health Management is awarded for the successful completion of 15 graduate credits as designated. Students in the certificate program are subject to the same academic policies of the School of Health and Medical Sciences as degree students.
If a student enrolls in a graduate certificate in Global Health Management, Population Health Management, or Practice Management, before they complete their MHA degree, they will receive credit for one previously completed MHA course if applicable for the certificate. These graduate credits can be applied toward the M.H.A. degree provided the student achieves a B or better and attains a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher in the certificate program and satisfies the admission requirements for the M.H.A. program. If an MHA student has already completed more than one of the certificate’s required courses while in the MHA program, they would be encouraged to take substitutions.
Incoming students who select a Graduate Certificate in Global Health Management, Population Health, or Practice Health Management would be able to apply all required program courses, if the student is accepted into the MHA degree program before completion of the certificate.
If an MHA graduate wishes to enroll for a certificate, the graduate would need to apply to the certificate, and only MHA graduates within the past few years may transfer in one course applicable to the certificate. Enrollees would be eligible to take substitute courses.
The Graduate Certificate in Global Health Management is earned by successfully completing 15 credits (6 credits in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, 6 credits in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, and 3 credits of electives).
|Select two of the following core courses:||5-6|
|Global Health Management|
|Population Health Management|
|Emerg Mgmt for HC Profess|
|Select two of the following courses:||6|
|Global Health Governance|
|Global Health, Bioterrorism, and International Security|
|International Health and Development|
|Select at least 3 credits from below or remaining core courses (above): *||3|
|Journal Editorial I|
|21st Cent Healthcare System|
|Ethics in Healthcare Admin|
Students can also choose any of the core SHMS or Diplomacy classes not taken as part of the requirement to satisfy the 3 credit elective.
For course descriptions of DIPL courses, please refer to the School of Diplomacy and International Relations section of the catalogue.
The following graduate course credits can be applied toward the M.H.A. degree, provided the student achieves a B or better in each course, and, attains a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher in the certificate program and satisfies the admission requirements for the M.H.A. program:
|HCAD 7515||Global Health Management *||3|
|HCAD 7519||Population Health Management||3|
|HCAD 7521||21st Cent Healthcare System||2|
|HCAD 8523||Ethics in Healthcare Admin||2|
|HCAD 8530||Emerg Mgmt for HC Profess||2|
|HCAD 799X||International Capstone||3|
Students may request this course as a substitution for HCAD 7513 Healthcare Management – Healthcare Mgt.
Note: Students should apply to the program before completion of the certificate.
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